FDTC 2017: Submission Guidelines

The submission of a contribution to FDTC must be made by means of the EasyChair system. Please go to this link:

EasyChair Submission to FDTC 2017

Please submit a 8-12 pages manuscript, preferably in PDF format.

Preferably format the sumbitted manuscript using the following author kit:

FDTC 2017 Author's Kit - COMING IN DUE TIME

If the submission is accepted, this format will also be the one for the final paper (max 8 pages - no extra pages).

The manuscript must be anonymous; do not include any information that may identify the authors.

Author, affiliation and contact information must be specified separately by filling the submission form provided by the EasyChair system.

Please take particular care that author, affiliation and contact information is correct, especially the contact name and address as these are used for subsequent communication.

It is permitted to modify or withdraw the submission by the paper submission deadline.

Please keep trace of the submission ID that EasyChair assigns to your manuscript, as you will need it if you want to modify or withdraw your submission later.

The papers accepted at FDTC will be published by CPS and will be available at the workshop.

For the BibTeX citation records of the previous FDTC sessions with official proceedings, and for the CPS proceedings themselves (for subscribers only), see the following links:

BibTeX entry Proceedings Publisher
FDTC 2006 FDTC 2006 Springer-Verlag
FDTC 2007 FDTC 2007 Conference Publishing Service
FDTC 2008 FDTC 2008 Conference Publishing Service
FDTC 2009 FDTC 2009 Conference Publishing Service
FDTC 2010 FDTC 2010 Conference Publishing Service
FDTC 2011 FDTC 2011 Conference Publishing Service
FDTC 2012 FDTC 2012 Conference Publishing Service
FDTC 2013 FDTC 2013 Conference Publishing Service
FDTC 2014 FDTC 2014 Conference Publishing Service
FDTC 2015 FDTC 2015 Conference Publishing Service
FDTC 2016 FDTC 2016 Conference Publishing Service

The authors of accepted submissions will be sent instructions for their final papers in due time; see also the proceedings section of this website.